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SystemVerilog DPI is an interface which can be used to interface SystemVerilog with foreign languages. These foreign languages can be C, C++, SystemC as well as others. DPIs consist of two layers: a SystemVerilog layer and a foreign language layer. Both the layers are isolated from each other. Which programming language is actually used as the foreign language is transparent and irrelevant for the System-Verilog side of this interface. Neither the SystemVerilog compiler nor the foreign language compiler is required to analyze the source code in the other’s language. Different programming languages can be used and supported with the same intact SystemVerilog layer. For now, however, SystemVerilog defines a foreign language layer only for the C programming language. Read more at Wikipedia external site

Examples of occupations where workers may use SystemVerilog:

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Job ZoneCodeOccupation
417-2061.00Computer Hardware Engineers Bright Outlook Bright Outlook  
317-3012.00Electrical and Electronics Drafters
417-2072.00Electronics Engineers, Except Computer Bright Outlook

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